2009: New Jersey

guess they don’t care they were making other people sick. Why would all of the people that surround your house have a problem with you? Because you are the problem, The township wouldn’t be writing a new ordinance if (not).
The health department complaint is the most the township can do, officials said, because there is no law on the books regulating smoke from home chimneys or kind of wood. The neighborhood dispute has prompted township officials to discuss new regulation.
There are hundreds of environmental groups in New Jersey, and if you called all of them up, I think 99.5 percent of them would say that Jackson is a great pick,"
who has launched and initiated efforts to reduce pollution and therefore the cancer and health impacts in communities of color, " said Monique Harden, co-director of Advocates for Environmental Human Rights, a nonprofit legal advocacy group in New Orleans.
The consensus among scientists is that children are especially susceptible to toxic chemicals, cause respiratory illnesses, cancer . USA TODAY identified 435 schools the air outside more dangerous than an Ohio elementary school shut down 3 years ago.
N.J.A.C. 7:27-3, “Control and Prohibition of Smoke from Combustion of Fuel.” This regulation mandates that stationary indirect heat exchangers, such as outdoor woodburning boilers, produce no smoke, except for three minutes in any 30-minute period.
fines up to $1,000 for violators.
allowing wood burner examinations "for those discovered through routine inspection, anonymous tips or other means of discovering outdoors wood burner installation locations."
requirement of no visible emissions makes it most likely that operating an outdoor woodburning boiler at a residence can violate state regulations. There are substantial fines associated with any visible smoke. $300 first offense.
at least two acres and requires a 300-foot distance between the device and the property line
"We decided to do something before it gets crazy and we have complaints with no one to deal with it,"
voted in favor for an amendment to the Property Nuisance Code which would prohibit any activity, act or use which is noxious or objectionable by reason of emission of smoke, ash or dust.
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